Tupelo Market

Digital Edition

Furniture Today Digital Edition

See the digital edition of Furniture/Today, which allows you to flip through the pages, click on any underlined area to visit a website or send an e-mail, search to find content in the magazine, or share pages with your friends. See the latest issue!

Furniture Factory 4.0

Lectra 4.0 Webcast

If you missed our recent webcast with Lectra on what the furniture factory of the future will look like, then you can click here to watch the recorded version.  Topics include what trends and challenges are affecting furniture factories in the US & Worldwide and how these challenges are changing furniture production.

View Now!

Blogs

  • Mike Root

    From A Rep's Perspective

    Mike Root

    August 7, 2015

    Reflections from Las Vegas Summer Market 2015

    Every year I am amazed that when it is 110 degrees in the shade, that people will actually go to Las Vegas. But they do! And this year’s Vegas market was no exception. Summer market is never as busy as the winter market. The big buyers were all out in force as well as a large showing of western furniture retailers. But smaller dealers and non-regional dealers many times pick this market to skip even though the market owners do a valiant effort in making it as enjoyable as 100 plus degrees can be. It’s interesting to overhear ...

    Read More

  • Cindy Hodnett

    From Fabric to Frame

    Cindy W. Hodnett

    August 22, 2012

    Why ‘fashion forward' should be part of your bottom-line vocabulary

    An interesting discussion occurred at the Tupelo Furniture Market, and it went something like this:"Are you the one who wrote the upholstery article on color in Las Vegas?" said the manufacturer's rep."Yes, I am.""Well, I want you to know that I put this sofa in the main showroom window because of that article, and I just sold an entire container to some folks. I wasn't sure about it, but the ladies certainly love it."The sofa referenced was tangerine-hued and accompanied by a turquoise-tinted chair. When people walked by the grouping, a majority of them ...

    Read More

  • Ray Allegrezza

    Editor's Desk

    Ray Allegrezza

    August 13, 2012

    Happy anniversary to Tupelo Market

    In August of 1987, gasoline cost 90 cents a gallon, median household income was just under $30,000, the average price of a new house was $125,000 and Alan Greenspan had just assumed the title of chairman of the Federal Reserve.On the west side of Tupelo, Miss., on a relatively small parcel of land, V.M. Cleveland assumed the title of owner and chairman of what was then an unproven new venue called the Tupelo Furniture Market.Tupelo was and is in the heartland of promotional furniture, and upholstery in particular. Cleveland's vision was as direct and ...

    Read More

Events

  • Next Conference

    September 25, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    Nationals Park

    Washington, DC, US

  • High Point Market

    October 14, 2017 - October 18, 2017

    Downtown High Point

    High Point , North Carolina , US

  • ABC Kids Expo

    October 17, 2017 - October 19, 2017

    Las Vegas, Nevada

More